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 First, review your work from the small group discussion in Module Four, including your group’s final SIPOC diagram, and consider the relationships between and among the individuals involved—the suppliers and the customers. Also, be sure to read Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing: Understanding the Stages of Team Formation, which describes Tuckman’s theory of the stages of group development, formation, work, and cessation. 

Next, evaluate your selected final project case study in order to deconstruct it into each of Tuckman’s stages, which will enable you to make the Improve recommendations for your case study’s organization. Create your own Tuckman’s model using the PowerPoint SmartArt graphics tool and post it to the small group discussion.

Address the following in your initial post:

  • How does Tuckman’s theory of the five stages of group development help you to understand your selected case study?
  • How can you apply each piece of the group development process to your case study?
  • How can an effective team building process help to prevent issues from occurring with a dysfunctional team?
  • What do you see as being your greatest challenge to applying Tuckman’s theory of group development to your selected case study as well as to your organization’s specific conflict?

Be sure to reference the Module Four small group discussion in order to review your thinking about SIPOC, particularly about the suppliers and customers.

WCM 610 Small Group Discussion Guidelines and Rubric

Your active participation in the discussion topics is essential to your overall success this term. Discussion questions are designed to help you make meaningful
connections between the course content and the larger concepts and goals of the course. These discussions offer you the opportunity to express your own
thoughts, ask questions for clarification, and gain insight from your classmates’ responses and instructor’s guidance.

In Modules Four and Six, you will work with a small group of your classmates who have chosen the same case study to analyze for the final project.

In Module Four, you will work with your small group on your final project case study using the SIPOC diagram, which each student will complete. Work with your
group members to establish similarities and differences in your SIPOC diagrams, coming to an agreement over what the final version will include. Be sure that
one member of your group posts the final version to the small group discussion.

In Module Six, you will work with your small group on your final project case study using the Tuckman’s five-stage model of group development diagram, which
each student will complete. Work with your group members to identify and analyze each of the five stages of group development as it pertains to your final
project case study. Produce a final Tuckman’s model for your group. Be sure that one member of your group posts the final version to the small group
discussion.

Expectations for Postings

Initial Post:

 Compose a post of two to four paragraphs.

 Complete by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.

 Considers material (course content, other discussions, etc.) from the current module and previous modules.

Response Posts:

 Reply to each of your classmates in your group.

 Complete by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.

 Demonstrate more depth and thought than simply “I agree” or “You are wrong.”

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Comprehension Puts key concepts in own words

and provides unique examples to
illustrate concepts

Puts key concepts in own words
and cites examples to illustrate
concepts

Able to put key concepts in own
words

Unable to put key concepts in
own words

40

Engagement Adds substantive information,
asks meaningful questions to
peers, and provides substantive
responses

Adds substantive information to
the discussion and asks
meaningful questions to peers

Adds substantive information to
the discussion

Does not add substantive
information to the discussion

40

Writing

(Mechanics)
Writes responses that can be
easily understood and are clear
and concise

Writes responses that can be
easily understood

Writes responses that others can
read and understand

Does not write responses that
others can read and understand

20

Total 100%

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